My wife and I went here for dinner tonight and were pleasantly surprised. We initially called to ask if the meet was halal but the guy who answered the phone wasn't sure but he checked with other members of staff and told us it was.
When we got there we were sat in the corner furthest from the staff area. We ordered a chicken chaat for starters, which was nothing like I expected. It was very nice and the chicken was very tender.
For mains we had Sag aloo with chappati and Lamb tikka masala with boiled rice. Both were fantastic though the lamb wasn't cooked enough and was quite chewy.
Service was good and it was reasonably priced.
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